Cape Town – The authority resistance has blamed the ANC for impeding it in Parliament a couple of months before call previous wellbeing clergyman Zweli Mkhize to address inquiries on the Digital Vibes adventure. Yet, ANC MPs denied impeding the DA to get Mkhize to the House to address questions.
The publication of the Special Investigating Unit's (SIU) final report into the health department's R150 million contract with Digital Vibes, which recommends criminal charges against the former acting director-general, has been approved by President Cyril Ramaphosa. According to the SIU, information gathered suggests that Dr. Anban Pillay, former acting director-general of the national Department of Health (NDOH) during the Covid-19 marketing campaign, could face criminal charges for financial wrongdoing.
The Digital Vibes embarrassment has turned into the most recent convenient issue between the ANC and DA in Parliament. During a health portfolio meeting on Friday, the DA blamed the ANC for hindering the board of trustees from considering previous Health Minister Zweli Mkhize responsible. Mkhize allegedly forced authorities to close down and endorse the agreement with Digital Vibes, which his nearby partners own.
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Special Investigations report makes damning findings on Zweli Mkhize, Anban Pillay for Digital Vibes contract
The public authority has said it would draw in with the Department of Health on the Special Investigations (SIU) report, which has hammered previous wellbeing pastor Dr Zweli Mkhize, and his acting chief general of wellbeing Anban Pillay for the Digital Vibes contract. The report, in addition to other things, discovered that Mkhize lied when he said his family didn't profit from the R150 million agreement with the organization.
Division of Health Director-General Dr. Sandile Buthelezi, blamed for supporting over R60m in installments to Digital Vibes, has been suspended as the outrage keeps on shaking the public authority. Be that as it may, Deputy DG Dr. Anban Pillay, likewise ensnared, still has some work.
The DA says ANC MPs kept Parliament from considering previous Health Minister Zweli Mkhize responsible for his inclusion in the Digital Vibes outrage. On Friday night, Parliament's Health Committee was advised by the Health Ministry and Department on the means it expects to take against authorities associated with the Digital Vibes matter.
CAPE TOWN - Health Minister Joe Phaahla on Friday said enough COVID-19 immunization shots will be accessible to extend the rollout significantly further. Government will give a report on this in the coming week. President Cyril Ramphosa last month reported those between the ages of 18 and 34 can arrange for their pokes from the beginning of the following month.
There is an alleged report of some progress made on the investigations pertaining the suspended Minister of Health Dr Zweli Mkhize regarding the R150-million irregular contract that was issued to the Digital Vibes company.This development comes after the Special Investigating Unit is reported to have found out that the Minister was deeply involved in the procuring of the irregular contract by Digital Vibes .
Cape Town – The authority resistance has blamed the ANC for obstructing it in Parliament a couple of months before call previous wellbeing clergyman Zweli Mkhize to address inquiries on the Digital Vibes adventure. Be that as it may, ANC MPs denied impeding the DA to get Mkhize to the House to address questions.
Sources have disclosed to Maverick Citizen that the suspension of Department of Health Director-General, Dr Sandile Buthelezi, and long-term Deputy Director-General, Dr. Anban Pillay, seems unavoidable as they face disciplinary requests started by the Special Investigating Unit's investigation into the Digital Vibes embarrassment. It is accepted that other senior authorities may likewise be suspended.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) made scathing conclusions against former Health Minister Zweli Mkhize and senior health minister (DOH) officials in connection with the $150 million Digital Vibes deal. President Cyril Ramaphosa has authorized publication of the SIU final report on the $150 million contract of health authorities with Digital Vibe and recommended criminal charges against acting Director-General Nicolas Crisp.
The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) said it was too early to make any captures for the situation identifying with R150 million Digital Vibes embarrassment. The substance keeps up with it is as yet going to concentrate on the report before they can make captures. The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) made condemning discoveries against previous wellbeing pastor Dr Zweli Mkhize and top Health Department authorities comparable to the office's R150m Digital Vibes bargain.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/all-those-implicated-in-digital-vibes-report-will-be-suspended-by-end-of-the-day-5e5e0740-37ae-470f-a32e-f5f29251f9f2?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1632998278 All authorities embroiled in the much-anticipated last report of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) into the Digital Vibes outrage would be given suspension letters before the day's over, Health Minister Joe Phaahla has affirmed. This incorporates the division's Deputy Director-General answerable for Health Regulations and Compliance, Dr Anban Pillay, who was the acting chief general at the time the Digital Vibes contract was granted.
There is a supposed report of some advancement made on the examinations relating the suspended Minister of Health Dr. Zweli Mkhize with respect to the R150-million unpredictable agreement that was given to the Digital Vibes company. This improvement comes after the Special Investigating Unit is accounted for to have discovered that the Minister was profoundly associated with the securing of the sporadic agreement by Digital Vibes.
Wellbeing clergyman Joe Phaahla has apologized "wholeheartedly" to the country for the dubious Digital Vibes adventure that will bring about the prudent suspension of authorities before the finish of Thursday. "We might want to guarantee the public that we are going to completely and unequivocally act to guarantee nothing is hidden away from plain view.
Cape Town – Former wellbeing pastor Dr Zweli Mkhize needs to manage the organizations examining the Digital Vibes contract after the report of Special Investigating Unit (SIU) was unveiled, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday. Ramaphosa, who was informing the media in a round-table conversation, said Mkhize's acquiescence came as there could have been no alternate method of taking the matter forward.
THE Special researching Unit (SIU) says it has proof supporting disciplinary activity against eight authorities in the Health Department regarding the R150 million Digital Vibes contract. In his report disclosed, SIU head Andy Mothibi named the accompanying authorities and definite their supposed offense: * Deputy chief general Anban Pillay;
Wellbeing Minister Joe Phaahla will today concise the media on the arrival of the Special Investigating Unit report into the Digital Vibes contract worth large number of rand. President Cyril Ramaphosa unveiled the report after it was at first given to him by the SIU three months prior. The report has embroiled previous wellbeing priest Zweli Mkhize, acting previous chief general Anban Pillay, current DG Sandile Buthelezi and different authorities in the division.
The DA says ANC MPs kept Parliament from considering previous Health Minister Zweli Mkhize responsible for his contribution in the Digital Vibes outrage. On Friday night, Parliament's Health Committee was advised by the Health Ministry and Department on the means it plans to take against authorities associated with the Digital Vibes matter.